Student visting a temple in Koyoto Japan
Students visiting a temple in Kyoto, Japan

Thank you for your excitement and dedication of time and resources to help facilitate an unforgettable international experience for our students. Short-Term Travel Study Abroad courses provide opportunities for students to earn credit for short-term travel and study in a country outside the US, where the student is immersed in a foreign culture. This site contains all the information that you need to know in order to successfully organize a UNIV 392 course for our students.

The Center for International Affairs (CIA) is committed to promoting and supporting efforts to internationalize the CSU Channel Islands (CI) educational experience. To this end, the CIA has created a Faculty Guide to assist CI faculty with their UNIV 392 course. Please read the Faculty Guide before writing your proposal.

FACULTY GUIDE: UNIV 392 Courses

(PDF, 282KB)

UNIV 392 Proposals:

Proposals for summer 2022 and fall 2022 are now closed. Proposals for spring 2023 in late February 2022.

Faculty Guide--please read before submitting a proposal; see this page:

Faculty Guide for UNIV 392 courses

Application link:
http://go.csuci.edu/univ392proposal

Step 1: Preparing your proposal

The proposal process for UNIV 392 courses is now online. Make sure that you check all the supporting documents in this section before submitting your proposal.

Submit your proposal

Step 2: After you’ve been approved

Congratulations! Your course has been approved by the President! What now? Please, check the required pre-departure documentation that you need to gather before you leave, including insurance requirements.

The Center for International Affairs (CIA) is committed to promoting and supporting efforts to internationalize the CSU Channel Islands (CI) educational experience. To this end, the CIA has created a Faculty Guide to assist CI faculty with their UNIV 392 course.

Step 3: When you’re back

Now that you are back, we want to hear how it went, through on campus presentations and student evaluations.

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